We’ve teamed up with the Daily Mail and Visit England once again to bring down the price of short breaks in 2013 and 2014.
Our Daily Mail Holidays feature 150 caravan parks across the UK, with short breaks starting from only £15 per person.
The promotion begins on Saturday (27 July) when the Daily Mail publishes the first password. The paper’s four-page supplement – with details of all the parks, dates and charges – appears on Monday 29 July.
And if you want to start planning your break even sooner, you can head over to the Daily Mail’s £15 Holidays web page.
UK holidays from £15pp
We have thousands of holidays starting from only £15 per person in luxury mobile homes in many of the most popular holiday regions of England, Scotland and Wales.
These great value short breaks are available for three-night weekend stays from Friday to Monday, or four-night midweek getaways from Monday to Friday.
Famous seaside towns, outstanding beaches, great adventures
Short breaks in every popular tourist regions are included, with deals to a diverse range of destinations including Cornwall, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Kent, Sussex, Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, north and south Wales and the Scottish coast.
From only £15 per person, you can:
- Enjoy the bright lights of lively seaside towns, such as Blackpool, Newquay or Scarborough.
- Soak up some late summer or early spring sun on Britain’s best beaches, such as Rhossili Bay in South Wales, Central Beach in Skegness or Martello Bay at Clacton-on-Sea in Essex.
- Go on an adventure, such as a great British road trip along the Atlantic Highway in Devon and Cornwall, ride the spectacular North Sea cycle route between Scarborough and Whitby, or walk the Wales Coast Path, which runs the entire length of the country.
Don’t leave it late to book
To take part in this promotion you must collect seven passwords from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday. Passwords will be printed every day from Saturday (27 July).
Online booking opens on Friday, 2 August – if you have collected all seven passwords, this is the first day you can book.
It’s essential that you collect your tokens from the Daily Mail – if you miss one or two extras will be printed, but don’t leave it late to start saving because if you don’t have seven tokens at the end you won’t be able to take part.
So start collecting from Saturday, when the first password is printed in the Daily Mail.